Big news everyone, RUF just joined Project CARS!
Project CARS will include four of Ruf’s icnonic German sports cars, bringing both a true classic and three current RUF models to the title.
1987 RUF CTR “Yellowbird”
Based on the Porsche 911 3.2, the 1987 CTR „Yellowbird“ is one of Ruf’s most iconic models.
2012 RUF CTR 3
20 years later, Ruf continued their famous CTR range with a new model as the third-generation CTR was unveiled in Bahrain in 2007.
2012 RUF Rt 12R
The Rt 12R is based on Porsche’s 997 platform as Ruf once again cut no corners to create a stunning driving machine.
2012 RUF RGT-8
Based on the brand new Porsche 991 model, the RGT-8 will be the first Porsche 911 body car to not be powered by the traditional flat six engine.
The developers also announced that they recently received a contact from a big German manufacturer interested in having their cars in Project CARS, the developers havnt said much more than this but the speculation is starting to rise @ the official forums !
I got access to pcars a week ago for 10€. It looks great 'n all but I was expecting more from the driving physics. They feel totaly simplified to me. This annoys me because that is the core of a racing game. Good thing I didn't spend more. I have alot more fun in driving in netKar and LFS. Maybe I'll look at it again when I build a new rig to see it in DX11, but I doubt I'll really be playing it much.
Yeah it may feel really off since the Junior builds are really old, it has progressed much more since then.
Lets see if they release 340 today for the Juniors so you can try the new tire model and experience improved physics :)
No problem, but there seems to be some issues with this build. Zonda R and FA physics are broken and also some G27 users been having issues with the calibration. The devs announced that they will release a new build today to address these issues.
Last time I tried to play (either last week or the week before) my G27 just wouldn't calibrate, I was so disappointed because before that I hadn't played in about two months... That's a lot of Full Member builds I've missed now. Sad to hear it's still the case, but I'll give it another go when I've gotten round to getting Windows 7 back. XP doesn't like my monitor setup and I haven't installed any drivers yet. Can't be arsed.